. . . I have no idea about the likelihood of success. Plaintiffs make an excellent argument. That is, what they allege is indeed serious. It's not a complaint that you read and wonder "What the hell were these lawyers smoking when they filed this?" Maybe Plaintiffs are wrong. Maybe they can't prove what they allege. But that is different than "what were they smoking?" If they can prove what they allege, the court has the power to grant their request to de-certify the election and audit the votes. But courts are generally loathe to overturn elections. If the Plaintiffs' evidence (key word is evidence, not allegations) ultimately comes down to really improbable voting patterns, Plaintiffs are not likely to win. Plaintiffs need to be able to say, "Here is how voter fraud occurred and here are the number of fraudulent votes cast/changed/deleted/added because of that fraud." If they can't do both, or at least do both in sufficient numbers to cast Biden's margin of victory into doubt in Georgia, they won't win. If they can do both, this case will get real interesting real fast. If this court finds that Dominion voting machines do not keep records that allow an audit of votes in a Presidential election despite a clear federal statute to do so, then I truly have no idea where this ends up. In that case, I am truly glad that RBG is not on the court any longer.
From Sundance via OAN, Rudy Giuliani Discusses Pathway to Supreme Court… (Video) and Pennsylvania State Legislature Files Resolution to Dispute Statewide 2020 Election Results…, and from Wombat's In The Mailbox: 11.27.20 (Evening Edition), Vox Popoli, The PA House Steps In, and Legal Insurrection: PA State Judge Upholds Halt To Certification.
As AllahPundit crows, 3-0: All-Republican Panel Of Third Circuit Savages Trump Appeal In Pennsylvania Election Case and Fox, Trump campaign eyes Supreme Court battle after appeals panel tosses Pa. fraud case. At JTN, from Sophie Mann, 'Sooner the better.' Trump plans to take election case to Supreme Court, adviser says
"If we can overturn even just one state and get it to not certify a Biden win because the vote was so tainted, in a place like Pennsylvania, that alone would be a pretty massive win," he said, just hours after an appeals court rejected the Trump campaign's lawsuit in Pennsylvania.
"We will be appealing to the United States Supreme Court, which has always been where we wanted to end up. The sooner the better. We want to make these cases before the high court and we believe we have a compelling argument to make," Cortes said.
Sundance, Arizona Legislature Schedules November 30th Public Hearing For Evidence in Election Fraud…. Going that same route as Pennsylvania?
ET, Election Findings Could ‘Easily’ Overturn 3 States, Data Analyst Concludes and Video: Matt Braynard: Evidence of Vote Fraud Enough to Flip States, Data Scientist: ‘Weird’ Spike in Incomplete Nevada Voter Registrations, Use of ‘Casinos’ as Home Addresses and Pennsylvania Poll Watcher Describes Election Irregularities, Including 47 Missing USB Cards.
Dr. Navid Keshavarz-Nia, is an experienced cybercrimes investigator and digital security executive, who has worked with the CIA, NSA, FBI, and U.S. military counterintelligence. In addition to his work with U.S. intelligence agencies Dr. Keshavarz-Nia works on cyber security and fraud with financial giants like Deutsche Bank and Stripe.
Within the documents filed by Sidney Powell in Georgia Wednesday, Dr. Keshavarz-Nia shares this bombshell assessment in his affidavit. Ms. Powell has some high-powered experts in support of her court filings. [pdf link here]
Daniel Greenfield at Front Page, An Illegitimate Election Plunges the Republic into a Crisis; I'm not sure it's a crisis, yet.
Not helping. MSN citing Bloomy, Pro-Trump Group Donor Sues Over Failure to Expose Election Fraud
A pro-Trump group that promised to challenge the Nov. 3 election results and expose fraud was sued by a North Carolina money manager who donated $2.5 million to the cause but says he didn’t get his money’s worth.
So, if a vote doesn't go my way, can I sue the losing candidate for not trying hard enough. On the other hand. On the other hand, what starts as a cause, becomes a business, and then degenerates in a scam. That was awfully quick, though.